This week, we’re celebrating the large-scale innovation that’s raising the bar for big names in higher education. With over a thousand MakerBot Innovation Centers in schools nationwide, college students everywhere are achieving STEAM related breakthroughs. As the first Big Ten School to get in on the action, Penn State University has ensured that every student, on or off campus, has the chance at creating milestones with 3D printing.
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Readers may recall that 3D printing giant recently installed a brand new CEO. Now we know his motivations
It seems like every week new 3D printers, 3D modeling apps and materials are getting announced. We are drowning in an information overflow about the newest model or filament on the market – and of course everyone has a different opinion about which trend will dominate the 3D printing market in 2016 and beyond. On crowd-funding platforms like Kickstarter or IndieGoGo more than 50 different 3D printing projects are currently being launched
One well-known backyard inventor has proven common sense and engineering experience aren’t prerequisites for creating crazy multicopters. By strapping a couple of two-stroke parajet motors and propellors to a metal frame, Colin Furze has built a DIY hoverbike that may not give Franky Zapata any sleepless nights, but looks like a sketchy alternative to creations like the Malloy Hoverbike or Aero-X .
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Two weeks ago, MakerBot announced the Thingiverse Developer Program to invite the community to add new functionalities and services to the largest 3D printing community in the world. We’re excited to announce today that the first two Thing Apps from Mixed Dimensions and 3D Hubs are launching on Thingiverse